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The 2019 Innovations in Technology Conference will be held at the JW Marriott New Orleans, 614 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. All attendees must register using the conference registration website
Wednesday, January 9 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Data Camp: Jumpstarting data-driven innovation for your organization and clients

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As more data is gathered and made publicly available, how can it be used to improve client services and your organization? This session is for anyone, even non-tech/data people, interested in what new services, technology, or strategies are available and how to use data to improve an organization’s work. The session will be a hands-on working session where panelists will identify key use cases about data-driven innovation and essential process and knowledge for people scoping out a data project. Attendees can bring pressing business problems and ideas for innovation to work through during the session. As a group, we will work together to scope and plan a data innovation effort that participants can launch by replicating an existing use case or identifying a new one. Attendees will work with each other to plan out a specific project and review one another’s plans. Attendees will leave the session with an action plan on how they can use data to improve their efficiency and will have a network of others they know will be embarking on data-driven innovation.

Speakers
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Margaret Hagan

Dr., Stanford Law School
Margaret Hagan is the director of Stanford's Legal Design Lab. She is a lawyer with a JD from Stanford and a PhD from Queen's University Belfast. Margaret works on public interest technology -- teaching classes in partnership with courts and self help centers and leading R&D around... Read More →
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Jorge Gabriel Jimenez

Fellow of the Legal Design Lab, 1988
Jorge Gabriel is the Lab’s 2018-19 full-time fellow. Jorge completed a master’s student of the Law, Science and Technology program at Stanford Law. Since 2013, Jorge worked as project director of Francisco Marroquin Law School, where he participated in a project called ‘rethinking... Read More →
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Carlos Manjarrez

Director, Office of Data Governance and Analysis, Legal Services Corporation
Carlos Manjarrez has over 20 years of social, economic and cultural policy research experience. At the Legal Services Corporation, he manages a team of six analysts in the Office of Data Governance and Analysis (ODGA), which is charged with gathering and analyzing data to monitor... Read More →
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Jonah Wu

Stanford University
Jonah Wu is currently a student at Stanford studying Symbolic Systems (AI) and Philosophy.  He also works in the Legal Design Lab under Margaret Hagan, researching data policies, legal tech, and the intersection of AI and policy.  He is interested in propagating replication of legal... Read More →


Wednesday January 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:45am
Orleans/Rosalie/St. Claude 3rd Floor

Attendees (65)